Whisky Isle Of Jura 16 years old, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Isle Of Jura 16 years old, gift box, 0.7 L
Whiskey bright amber color.
In the subtle nuances of whiskey malt flavors of dark chocolate, honey and toffee combined with shades of orange, apple and spices, gradually moving into a sweet aftertaste.
The aroma of whiskey a rich and full-bodied, with hints of citrus fruits and toffee.
Whiskey is perfect as a digestif, it can be used with fruit. A good mix of whiskey will be lamb with apricots, walnut-fruit crumble, danlopskomu Cheddar or Swiss chocolate.
16-year-old whiskey from the "Isle of Jura" - a drink with an incredibly strong taste, which is slowly matured 14 years in barrels of American white oak and 2 years in barrels of sherry Amoroso Oloroso. Prolonged exposure creates the diversity of taste and aromatic nuances, most of them - apples, creamy toffee, dark chocolate, oranges, honey and spices - is reminiscent of Christmas treats. Whiskey is eloquent name "Diurachs Own", this whiskey is selected residents of Jura - dyuraki. Like any dyuraku, every drop of this drink is unique and full of pride, enthusiasm and rich traditions.
Whiskey "Jura Dyurak Own" 16-year-old received the 2010 Gold Medal in the competition "IWSC Awards" in the category "Best in Class". 2012 brought whiskey two gold medals from the Institute of expertise spirits (BTI 2012 Awards) and at the International Spirits Competition in San Francisco (SFWSC 2012 Awards).
Isle of Jura is known for its wild nature, beauty and scenery. His soft peaty water is good for making whiskey, and warm air drying contributes to a soft malt. Plant "Isle of Jura" was built in 1810 in a cave in the village of smugglers Kreyhaus. In 1875 it was purchased and renovated James Ferguson and his sons. Due to the downturn in the economy plant was closed, and he was inactive until the mid XX century. In the 50s, two local residents - Robin Fletcher and Tony Riley-Smith - decide to restore the factory in order to attract new residents to the island and provide jobs. The plant was reopened in 1963. Distiller and architect Delm Evans (Delme Evans), who helped restore the factory suggested a high stills that allow you to create light and rather eclectic mixture of malt. The taste of whiskey receive individual and unique. "Isle of Jura" uses in its production exclusively new barrels of American white oak barrels are sometimes taken out of sherry. Since 1994, the plant owned by the company "Whyte & Mackay", in the line of the plant - 7 whiskeys.